was at height? via tea party groups and others i do not. began to be on the upswing, and but i think there's merit in having the elite talking to the that is, that the people elite in an environment where continue to really like they can be honest with each president obama. they continue to think that he other. >> is this like the g-8s and the incorporates all of the qualities a president needs, but they don't like those policies. g-20s where they are trying to and you see that reflected in deal with financial reforms and things like that? >> reporter: i'm sorry, i was this poll in so many different nodding my head, saying no, but ways, and in very large gaps. all of a sudden i thought, so, it really sets up quite a maybe. it is in the sense -- what the challenge for president obama g-20 doesn't do is bring other going in to this year. this is an election year. stakeholders into the game. already tough. the g-20 is just leaders, he's come off a very difficult election, when they lost a finance ministers, central bankers, hangers-on. longtime-held senate seat for what this is, is actually -- you democrats. switched over into the republican column. and it really is kind of a basically have ceos, blueprint, if you look at these numbers, and i can assure you, policymakers, and you have ngos, the white house had similar numbers, will be looking at you have social networking these numbers, and what he has people. for instance, the founder of to do is do what? twitter is here. >> right. first of all, show that he's >> reporter: linkedthis is here. about main street, not wall street. i think that was the most i'm not going to bor you with devastating number that you showed up there. and number two -- yeah. the minutia of who is here. >> the 60% saying it's wall but it is the range of people.